JoJo joins the CW’s All American in a recurring role eerily similar to her actual life.
JoJo, whose given name is Joanna Levesque, will portray Sabine, a world-renowned recording artist who has been creating music since she was ten years old. In pursuit of a fresh sound, she chooses to cooperate with Layla (Greta Onieogou) on her next album, placing her faith in the up-and-coming young music producer. Sabine is a unique talent who is clear about what she wants and has the name and reputation for achieving it.
She will make her Season 4 debut in the February 21 return episode.
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JoJo, now 30, has been involved in the music business since thirteen years old. She made her breakthrough with her self-titled debut album, which included the breakout hit “Leave (Get Out),” making her the youngest solo artist to ever have a debut #1 song in the United States. JoJo went on to sell over four million copies and earned the singer her first Platinum certification, which she followed up with a run of other chart-topping singles, including the Top 3 smash “Too Little Too Late.” Trying Not To Think About It, her 2021 capsule project, is a musical expression of her continued honesty, vulnerability, and transparency regarding mental health, addressing its various manifestations – including anxiety, depression, negative thoughts, relationship self-sabotage, and emotional immaturity. Following the album’s release, JoJo went on a sold-out series of six live performances throughout the United States and is now preparing to go on a big global tour in 2022.
JoJo has appeared as a guest star on several television shows, including Lethal Weapon. CAA and Warner Records represent her.
Spencer James is played by Daniel Ezra, Billy Baker is played by Taye Diggs, Samantha Logan plays Olivia Baker, Bre-Z plays coop, Greta Onieogou plays Layla Keating, Monet Mazur plays Laura Baker, and Michael Evans Behling plays Michael Evans Behling. Jordan Baker portrays Jordan Baker, Asher Adams portrays Cody Christian, Grace James portrays Karimah Westbrook, and Chelsea Tavares is portrayed by Patience.
Warner Bros. Television and CBS Studios produce in partnership with Berlanti Productions. Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and John A. Norris serve as executive producers.
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